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Though packed with features, the meter falls somewhat short of expectations.
When it comes to laying out a complex foundation, attention to detail makes the rest of the house easier to frame.
Proper layout doesn’t just mean a good-looking floor; it can save you material and installation time as well.
A new contender gets high marks
Bosch's latest two-plane laser level has no motorized spinning beams.
Nearly all my remodeling jobs involve some kind of tile, so I'm constantly doing tile layout.
Part of Bosch's new laser line, the GTL3 layout laser projects 90- and 45-degree lines on a floor or wall.
Laser distance meters allow one person to quickly measure a space with the push of a button, and they make area and volume calculations too.
According to Hilti, the new PR26 self-leveling rotating laser level's green beam is easier to see than the standard red.
The two new lasers I tested for this article — Hilti's PMC 36 and Agatec's CPL 50 — combine features not usually found together on one tool.
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